Seneca Fair kicks off Monday

TIFFIN — Country music band Nashville Crush will be featured during the 172nd Seneca County Fair, which opens Monday with the theme “City Meets Country, It’s Fair Time.” The fair will be held July 21-27 at the fairgrounds on Hopewell Avenue in Tiffin....

North Baltimore probes cause of pallet yard fire

NORTH BALTIMORE — The North Baltimore Fire Department said Friday it has received several reports from people who think they saw flaming objects, such as fireworks or flares, shot into a pallet yard that burned Thursday night at the HPJ Industries recycling plant, 510 W....

70-degree days in July really unusual

Chris Oaks spoke with WTOL StormTrack meteorologist Chris Vickers. Q: I’ve heard this week’s unseasonably cool spell described as a “polar vortex in July,” but is that an accurate description? A: It’s funny how people latch on to a term sometimes. We...

Man arrested after stabbing

Police arrested a Findlay man Friday for reportedly stabbing another city resident. Cody G. Helms, 22, was charged with stabbing Steven Devries, 24, once at about 11:05 a.m. Friday, police said. The two men were in a dispute at the Circle K parking lot, 100 Crystal Ave., police...

Jammed jail: Some progress reported

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER On July 7, Betty Taylor’s 19th attempt at being admitted to the Hancock County jail to serve a 10-day sentence was successful. But on Tuesday, Monica Urdiales, sentenced to serve four days, was turned away for the 18th time because of overcrowding....

It’s drive-in movie night again in Findlay

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER On Saturday night, Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, and a lot of plastic pieces in primary colors will be seen at the Cube recreation center on Findlay’s North Main Street. “The Lego Movie” is scheduled be shown beginning at 9:25 p.m. in...

Grief counselors available today at Elmwood

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Elmwood Schools students received grief counseling Thursday at the Bloomdale school following the Tuesday death of classmate Mackenzie Shaffer, 12. Counselors will be at the school again this morning. Shaffer, a seventh-grader from rural Cygnet, appeared...

Hanco chief pleased with second station

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Hanco Emergency Medical Service’s second station on Croy Drive is improving response times, Hanco Director Rob Martin told the Hancock County commissioners on Thursday. Martin met with the commissioners for the first time. He apologized for the...
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